Sun Embedded Workshop 4.0 also provides several utilities for managing the operating system and applications running on the target. These utilities include components that can be added to the operating system configuration.
Bootmonitor is used to boot the ChorusOS operating system remotely, by using tftp, when the target does not provide an embedded boot facility. This facility is not available on all targets.
Default Console is used to direct all console I/O to a remote host over a serial line.
Remote Shell is used to execute commands remotely on the target from the host. In particular, this feature allows applications to be loaded dynamically.
Resource Status is used to list the current status of all operating system resources, for example, actors, threads, and memory.
LOG) is used to log operating system events as they occur on the target.
MON) is used to monitor operating system objects, so that user-defined routines are called when certain operations are performed, or certain events occur, on specified objects.
Profiling is used to run profiling sessions on system applications.
PERF) is used to benchmark the operating system.